Joget DX 8 Stable Released
The stable release for Joget DX 8 is now available, with a focus on UX and Governance.
Unlike the usual Task Inbox which has it's own set of predefined columns, Datalist Inbox Userview Menu enables you to select your own list columns, allowing you to display important values of an item.
This increases productivity and cuts down time wasted clicking and checking each item.
You can configure the Performance settings in this Userview Element to cache existing content for improved performance and loading speed.
Read more at Performance Improvement with Userview Caching.
Figure 1: Screenshot showing Datalist Inbox from sample HR Expenses Claim app
Figure 2: Datalist Inbox Properties
Item link slug. Optional field.
Value defined here must be unique to the rest of the Userview Menus as the first matching name will be called upon.
|Label||Menu label. Mandatory field.|
Datalist to load. Mandatory field.
Make sure that the "id" of the dataset in the Datalist reflects the Process Instance ID or record ID that can be used to match to the actual assignment.
This is especially important when one is using the JDBC Datalist Database Binder to define its own query.
|Assignments to Display|
Filter by process(es). Required when Assignments to Display is set to "Assignments for a Process only" or "Assignments for selected Activity only"
|Activity||Filter by activity(ies). Required when Assignments to Display is set to "Assignments for selected Activity only"|
Figure 3: Datalist Inbox Properties - UI
|Show Number of Rows in Menu|
Show Number of Rows In Menu.
Additional query will be performed to return record count every time the Userview loads.
|Show Assignment Details|
Show assignment details in a Tooltip fashion.
Should you wish to have the SLA indicators visible, please see Enabling Data Collection for SLA Implementation.
|Show Assignment in Popup Dialog||Open the assignment inside a popup dialog instead of loading the current whole page|
|List View Custom Header||List View Custom Header in HTML.|
|List View Custom Footer||List View Custom Footer in HTML.|
|Assignment View Custom Header||Assignment View Custom Header in HTML.|
|Assignment View Custom Footer||Assignment View Custom Footer in HTML.|
Figure 4: Datalist Inbox Properties - Advanced
|Userview Key Name||Corresponding column name to filter the dataset against using the Userview Key value.|
Screenshots taken from http://localhost:8080/jw/web/console/app/hr_expense/1/userview/builder/hr_expense_userview